Monthly Archives: December 2011

The awkward truth about spousal abuse

In Male Matters’ view, the “domestic violence movement” has merely been a component of what gender-issues expert Warren Farrell has dubbed the new sexism — a pandemic sexism against males. Continue reading

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Brief Misc. News & Views on Gender Issues

Women’s biology used to be women’s destiny. Now it’s men’s destiny. While women’s equality has exploded into the world of work, men’s equality is still thwarted in the world of children. Continue reading

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The media’s unfair reporting on the sexes’ war risk and sacrifice

Increasingly, journalists’ rule appears to be this: Even if only one female troop — or just one nurse — falls in a war that slaughters thousands of men, report “thousands of men and women killed. — or even better, thousands of women and men.” Continue reading

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Would the World be Better If Women Ran It?

“Every few years someone writes a book, publishes a study, or simply drops a quote suggesting what a kinder, gentler, less competitive, more collaborative, less power-crazed, and fundamentally more ethical place Washington would be if only the gals were in charge.” [This commentary updated often.] Continue reading

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We often have different responses to the sexes for the same behavior

Men’s “mask” of fearlessness and toughness, like women’s mask of makeup, helps ward off rejection from both sexes. Continue reading

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My Last Time Watching “Last Man Standing”

I may be the last man watching “Last Man Standing.” And this week’s episode was the last time this last man will watch “Last Man Standing.” Continue reading

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The Sexual Harassment Quagmire: Digging Out With True Equality

Why aren’t feminists upset about this inequality? Answer: They don’t want to offend most women. Continue reading

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Book: One of the Guys: Women as Aggressors and Torturers

The existence of violent women remains so mind-blowing that even a female general can’t get beyond the ironically un-feminist explanation that they are merely pawns in men’s dirty games. Continue reading

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Violent incidents involving female students surge on campuses, in schools, authorities say

As males’ violence decreases, females’ increases. Continue reading

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Does the Ledbetter Fair Pay Act Help Women? (What President Obama and feminist activists don’t want you to know.)

No law yet has closed the gender wage gap — not the 1963 Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, not Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, not the 1978 Pregnancy Discrimination Act, not the 1991 amendments to Title VII, not affirmative action, not diversity, not the countless state and local laws and regulations, not the horde of overseers at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission….. Nor will the Ledbetter Fair Pay Act work. Continue reading

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